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“The law in protecting the rights of the laborer, authorizes neither oppression nor self-destruction of the employer. While the Constitution is committed to the policy of social justice and the protection of the working class, it should not be supposed that every labor dispute will be automatically decided in favor of labor. Management also has its own rights, which, as such, are entitled to respect and enforcement in the interest of simple fair play.”

Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company v. Honrado, G.R. No. 189366, December 8, 2010

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Dismissal as a last resort.

“Punishment should be commensurate with the offense committed. The supreme penalty of dismissal is the death penalty to the working man. Thus, care should be exercised by employers in imposing dismissal to erring employees. The penalty of dismissal should be availed of as a last resort.”

Sagales v. Rustan’s Commercial Corporation, G.R. No. 166554, November 27, 2008

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